A passion for people, a love for her city, and a lot of trial and errors with cameras pushed Beirut based photographer Sama Beydoun to carry her camera around all the time capturing her surroundings. With the versatility of "La Sardina", Sama has photographed her city, friends, and family, from dusk 'til dawn, night to day, and mountains to the sea.
Lomographer Gérard Heinz, a.k.a. gheinz's latest album dares to push our conceptualization on analogue photography as his first shots of film rolls tell mysterious, incomplete, yet compelling stories we need to be curious of.
Beyond the shutter, there is a world for photographer Natalie Goulet that she experiments with. Chemicals, burning, soaking, cyanotype, nothing is forbidden. We talked to Natalie about her future projects, her current work, and how she pushed the boundaries of art and photography together.
UK-based photographer Matt Osborne, better known as MrLeica.Com tested out some rolls of Lomography 800 CN in 35 mm and medium format. He took his collection to three different countries using three different cameras and talked to us about what he discovered using this film.
The future of film lives on with these local businesses and services that are pushing the analogue way forward. We're chatting with Dinesh and Allamaprabhu, the father and son of the India-based Film Foto Store for their story on bearing the torch of analogue in their local film community scene.
Low ISO film were not part of his routine, but for Richie Duque, the new Babylon Kino B&W ISO 13 was a surprisingly versatile film to use, offering a spectrum of tones and a margin of creativity to play around with.
The LomoChrome Film Series, Are color negative films with color palettes unique to Lomography that also possess an extended ISO range of 100-400. In this photo comparison article, we'll show you the subtle color shifts when you shoot our LomoChrome film in different ISO settings.
Film photography has always been as much about the subject as it is about the medium for Beirut based photographer Mahmoud Baayoun. His series "Juvenile," shot on Lomogaphy 800 takes a closer look at a prison in Lebanon, to try and bring to life the harsh reality of life in prison.